Tribespeople from remote regions in Pakistan have been filmed trying some of Australia’s most iconic snacks.
Pizza Shapes, Roll-Ups, Tim Tams and Cheezels were among the Aussie favourites to be taste-tested by the group, some of whom had never even heard of Australia.
When handed Pizza Shapes, most of the group had no idea what could be inside, with some questioning if the box contained actual slices of pizza.
One of the women filmed in the YouTube clip, which has been viewed more than 110,000 times, compared the taste to fritters, announcing she liked the snack.
But another man pointed out that anyone eating a box of the treats would ‘immediately put stress on their heart’.
Pizza Shapes, Roll-Ups, Tim Tams and Cheezels were among the Aussie favourites to be taste-tested by the group, some of whom had never even heard of Australia
The tribespeople were particularly amused by Cheezels, wasting no time in wearing the round snacks on their fingers as rings
‘We do buy chips from the city, but this tastes better,’ one woman said.
‘Brother it’s so good, I like it,’ another said as she dug into the box.
Next up was Roll-Ups, a common lunchbox snack for schoolkids, which gained mixed reviews.
‘Is it juice or something?,’ a woman asked when presented with the colourful box of the chewy treat.
The tribespeople were amused by how many layers of plastic packaging is used to pack Roll-Ups.
‘They have made this into a handkerchief,’ one of the women joked.
‘This looks like meat to me’, one man said, while another compared it to chewing gum.
‘They have an image of apple on [the box] but it tastes like guava,’ another said.
One of the men then struggled to get the chewy snack off his teeth.
‘This is great for kids. Kids will love this,’ he said.
‘A mother can give this to her child to finish her chores. This will keep the child busy their entire life.’
Tim Tams were a hit among the group, with the general consensus being that the famous chocolate biscuits were ‘really good’.
The tribespeople were particularly amused by Cheezels, wasting no time in wearing the round snacks on their fingers as rings.
Tim Tams were a hit among the tribespeople, with the general consensus being that the famous chocolate biscuits were ‘really good’
‘It’s good and bad at the same time,’ one of the men said. ‘I don’t like it, I don’t even know why.’
One of the women said the popular snack tasted too salty, while another guessed they’re made from corn.
‘I think kids should eat this. It’s for them, but from now on I will snatch these for myself,’ one woman joked.
One of the men added: ‘In our town kids love similar things’.
‘During a family gathering you can put this in a bowl and enjoy.’
One of the women suggested that Cheezels would taste better if chili was sprinkled on top.
When asked what they thought overall about the snacks they were given, many commented on the packaging Uncle Toby’s and Arnott’s uses.
‘I don’t know if Australia is rich or poor, but their packaging is very clean,’ one man said.
‘Our products contain too much oil, these were clean and well made,’ another added.
The video was made as part of a series by YouTube channel Reactistan.